Dear scholarship holders, dear alumni, dear scientists,
in 2017 the Hanoi D-AcADemy continues with its guest lectures, training seminars and workshops at the Vietnamese-German Centre (VDZ) of the Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) and invites you for participating in topics of your interest.
What does the Hanoi D-AcADemy offer and which target groups will be addressed?
The Hanoi D-AcADemy aims first and foremost on academics of Vietnamese universities, but all interested guests are welcome.
The lectures and workshops are characterised by a broad interdisciplinarity. They focus on current challenges of science and academic education and training. During the events the participants will find plenty of opportunities to discuss with the lecturers and experts.
Where to find information about current Hanoi D-AcADemy events?
The current announcements will be displayed at the VDZ and on the DAAD website:
For information and registration please contact email@example.com
We are looking forward to meeting you here soon.
Anke Stahl and the DAAD Hanoi team.
Dates – Topics – Venues
March 29th 2017, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.: “The principles of Good Scientific Practice”
(Location: Room 205, 2nd floor, Vietnamese-German Centre, HUST, Dai Co Viet, Hanoi)
Scientists have great freedom to explore important research questions in natural and life sciences as well as in social sciences and the humanities. At the same time, they have a great responsibility and have to follow the principles of research integrity such as honesty, objectivity, reliability, etc. Preventing from research misconduct must therefore be the ethical ultimate principle for each scientist.
The German Research Foundation’s (DFG) recommendations for safeguarding good scientific practice, published in 1998, were used by the German research community to initiate and formulate a system of self-regulation that found a general consensus. Meanwhile worldwide a Code of Conduct for Research Integrity is on the agenda.
What are the main principles of Good Scientific Practice? To whom do I turn with questions regarding good scientific practice, or in the case of suspected scientific misconduct? And what consequences can it have?
These and other questions will be answered in this seminar by Dr Paul Winkler, Administrative Director of the Centre for Biodiversity and Sustainable Land Use, University of Göttingen, and DAAD University Advisor to Vietnam National University of Forestry in Xuan Mai.
The event is open for all interested guests and students.
Please register to firstname.lastname@example.org
This lecture is part of the cultural preparation for the scholarship holders’ long-term stay in Germany. Mandatory participation for DAAD scholarship holders!